How to Harvest Waxworms?


To harvest waxworms you need to place the stuff they are growing in out on a plate. Next, dig through to find the waxworms. Once you find one, put it in an tub that is filled with wood shavings. You can then store them in the refrigerator for up to four months.
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a waxworm makes a cacoon and then turns into a moth.
A wax worm will change in to a wax moth. ChaCha for now!
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